Some tips from my experience on when to shop for clothes to help
make your shopping trip relaxed and more enjoyable.
BEST TIME TO SHOP
Being a seasoned shopper (like many women!), I have found the best
time to shop is first thing in the morning when there is more
parking available, the shops are less crowded and shop assistants
are generally friendlier, more helpful and in better moods.
HAVE A SPECIFIC GOAL
Rather than trying to cram in a whole range of items which can turn
a shopping spree into a shopping circus, focus on one or two things
only. That way you can remain focussed on the task at hand, find
exactly what you are after, and return home feeling positive and
happy with your successful purchases.
Be aware that although shopping can be great fun, a whole day of
shopping can be quite exhausting. This state of mind is definitely
not conducive to clear, rational thought and you will buy things you
will later regret if you attempt to shop in this way. Believe me, it
is very easy and tempting to continue a shopping trip despite your
body (and feet) protesting!
Not a good idea to shop when you are short of money - this will only
encourage poor decision making and create additional stress which is
easily avoided. Best to save up for purchases in advance and then go
out shopping knowing you can afford to do so without a guilty
conscience. Maxing out your credit card soon destroys the shopping
high, and everything else if you are not careful.
TIME TO AVOID THE SHOPS
The chaos of the lunch break - avoid it like the plague. Not only
will you be fighting for a place amongst every other person who has
whipped out during their lunch break, you also have to contend with
stressed out, grumpy, famished, over worked shop assistants who have
been on their feet all morning without a break.
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